The King of Comedy Font

About The King of Comedy Font

The King of Comedy is a 1982 American satirical black comedy film directed by Martin Scorsese. The film focuses on themes including celebrity worship and American media culture.

The “KING” uses Gill Sans Condensed UltraBold. The smaller “THE” and “OF” are probably Avant Garde Gothic, which was used with Gill Sans in the title sequence. Optima is used for the “COMEDY” and other text on the poster.

Download Gill Sans Optima Font

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Optima Typeface in Use

In addition to The King of Comedy, Optima typeface is also used in the following logos, movie posters or album covers etc., including: Saab, When in Rome, Bruce Almighty (film), Juliet, Where’s Wally, A Haunted House, Game Change, Just What You Need, Great Clips Logo, Magnum Force, The English Patient, The Deer Hunter, 13 Reasons Why, Tommy Hilfiger, Tokyo Stock Exchange.

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